Theorycraft Games Reveals First Look at Team Based Game, Project Loki, PC Playtest Starting Tomorrow

Theorycraft Games has revealed a first look at its first unannounced title, Project Loki, and it’s a competitive, team-based PvP game that seems to combine the MOBA genre with combat action. hero-based combat and more.

Theorycraft is a relatively new studio comprised of developers who have worked on franchises like League of Legends, Valorant, Apex Legends, Overwatch, Destiny, and Halo. While the team has openly talked about Project Loki (not the official name), today’s new trailer marks the first time the studio has shown it in action.

Watch about 3 minutes of Project Loki gameplay below:

Theorycraft CEO Joe Tung wrote in a press release: “As players and developers, we feel like it’s been a minute since there’s been something really new and fun to play with friends. your. “To create Project Loki, we used our shared experience working on some of the biggest team-based PvP games like League, Valorant, Apex, and Overwatch, and built with a tough pool of players. calculated from the outset.

“Now Project Loki has evolved into something new and unlike anything we’ve played to date, and we’re ready to take the next step. It seems a bit early, but we have become independent to make a big move on behalf of the players; To do that means getting them on board as soon as possible, showcasing our work and building a community that we will listen to at every stage of development.”

As you can see in the trailer above, Project Loki draws inspiration from the MOBA genre – unsurprisingly, drawing on the team’s experience with League of Legends – as well as fighting games based on Heroes like Overwatch, etc. Theorycraft describes a session of Project Loki like this: “Players will assemble a team of heroes, defeating other teams in long, free-range, cross-border battles. world of a vast sky in the sky and dream up crazy strategies in a large-scale battle. sandbox.”

Players who want to play the game are likely to be able to do so starting tomorrow because PC play test will run on June 29 and June 30. The team emphasizes that while it’s playable, Project Loki is still a work-in-progress, meaning “super progress, competitive features, The hero concept, the environment design and the final art are all a work in progress.”


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